If your license is suspended in one state, you cannot get in another. There is a central database that all states access before granting a drivers license to another person.
Yes, you have to pay to get your drivers license renewed in New York City
Regardless of whether New York chooses to honor New Jersey's court decisions or not, you are STILL suspended in New Jersey, and you will be fined or jailed depending on the decision of the judge.
If your driving privileges are suspended or revoked by Texas for a DWI, this information is available to ALL state DMV's via an "interstate compact" of cooperation. Bottom line: If you're suspended or revoked in one state you are suspended or revoked in them ALL!
the Pennsylvania dmv will ask if you've had a license in any other state. and if it is currently suspended or revoked. you can lie and see if anything pops up in the computer. you won't get in trouble for lying to the dmv, you just won't get your license. but usually, no. another state will not give you a license if your suspended or revoked in another state.Added; It is against the law to possess a drivers license from any other state other than the one you reside in.
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New York operates on a 12 point system. Therefore if you get 12 points your license will be suspended.
No, it is not legal to insure a car in New York without a drivers license. You must also have a license to register a car.
You can get you license at 16 but it wont be a full license. For the mean time you will have a junior drivers license that will let you drive from 5am to 9pm. Then when you are 18 they will send you a full drivers license.
It depends on the state. Ohio will, but I don't know about any other states. I don't think that New York will, but I am not sure about that
11 points in 18 months
Not until you get all of that settled with the State of New York
It is if you are a Pennsylvania resident.
All of them do.